Former Arkansas coach Bobby Petrino has agreed to become the next head coach at Western Kentucky, a source close to the coach told ESPN's Joe Schad on Monday. A source close to Petrino told Schad the coach views Western Kentucky as a program with an excellent administration with vision and a commitment to facilities and other elements necessary to win. Can't wait to see what bonehead move he makes next.
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Originally published on SECRant.com

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Not is he bringing his Harley; is he bringing the girlfriend on the back of the Harley. It's called a new lease on life. lol
Reply60 months
what happend to the coach they had? I thought he was pretty good. Did he get a better opportunity?
Reply60 months
Bobby dominated at Louisville when they were conference USA, who is to say he can't do it with da Hill Toppers? That is if he hangs around long enough.
Reply60 months
Western Kentucky just made a better coaching hire than: Auburn, Tennessee and Kentucky. (He's a better than Bret too but for the obvious I couldn't put them there.)
Reply60 months
Doesn't matter..... Had sex
Reply60 months
The guy has no morals, but he can coach. Wonder if he is bringing his Harley
Reply60 months
He will WIN.
Reply60 months
At least he doesn't have to worry about moving his wife and kids to that dump.
Reply60 months
He'll be out of there before next season is over.
Reply60 months
That's quite a fall
Reply60 months
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